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That brings me to the members lounge. So I have to have a specific amount of posts to post in the trade or something?
I don't see any option to post in the trade section but I have some practically brand new Ultrasone pro 900's that I bought for music production that id like to trade for some denon ah-d5000's. I love my ultrasone's but id like to try something different.
I know this is an old thread but I am bumping for anyone else who may have interest in this.   I own both the TMA-1's and Ultrasone Pro 900's. I thought about selling one or the other but I couldn't. What was stated above about the TMA-1's is true they are a bit dark, and the bass does muddy up the mid bass a bit, but i still love them for portable use, DJ'ing and casual listening. However my Ultrasone Pro 900's are a bit superior, extremely detailed, and have a better...
  got a link to these covers? i have rather small ear canals though so im not sure how much more i can fit in there.
Anyone try the new Apple Earpods? I got them just because when I'm traveling back and forth to class and work I listen to music but many times need to answer a call, so its convenient having the built in mic, so I can talk hands free and my music continues when the call is over.   Anyways, the earbuds seem to be on par, if not a little better than my Skullcandy's. Mind you, I have Ultrasone Pro 900's as well as Fostex PM1 MKII 6.5" monitors...so I know if something...
  yeah i've been liking the a40s a lot, but does your mixamp make a hiss noise at 60% and higher volume? it seems a lot of people have this issue. its not always noticeable, but it is in like the ps3 home screen and stuff when theres no other sound going on.
well like i said...i already have ultrasone pro 900's for music. i prefer open ear for games though. strictly for game sound, are the astros as good as say like sennheiser 595's? by the way bass does matter to me for games and im pretty sure the sennheisers lack bass.
Whats up everyone. Just as a basis I'm a bit of an audiophile and produce music as a hobby. I own a pair of Ultrasone Pro 900's that I use for producing and listening to music. I just got a pair of 2013 Astro a40's for PC and PS3 gaming. Now I am having a bit of doubts with them. They sound awesome in game, but not near as good as my Ultrasones with music, which is fine with me because I wont be listening to music on my a40's. But for gaming should I return my Astros and...
  so im assuming the astros have multiple drivers in each can? i didnt really even look into them that much i kind of just pulled the trigger after a good friend told me about them and after reading reviews. they do seem to have a big fanboy attention going but do seem to have the quality to back it up.   they sound pretty good listening to music but nothing spectacular. they sound tons better when in game. also they sound tons better when using the mix amp versus just...
that does seem pretty amazing. i was looking into those phones highly before the astros. what turned me away so much was how weak the sonys sounded in surround mode. if theyre going to advertise surround they should at least have them perform well. that was the deal breaker for me.    i could always return these astros, but i dont think i will. 
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